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Unable to detect FPGA on iMX8 Processor using lspci command

SHA_KHALEED
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Hi,

I am using a host PC running on Windows to connect to iMX8 by NXP running on Linux to detect the FPGA Cyclone 10 device using PCIe.

I have configured the Tera Term serial port and I am able to see the iMX8 booting. I want to now detect the FPGA(Intel cyclone 10) vendor id using the command "lspci" but when I do that I am not getting any output for this command.

 

Please suggest what can be done to FPGA vendor id on iMX8 using the "lspci" command on iMX8

 

Thanks.

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skbeh
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lspci is a Linux command to see actual hardware configuration space in the PCIe devices. 

Refer to the lspci Linux main page (linux.die.net/man/8/lspci) for more usage options.

i.e.

-d [<vendor>]:[<device>]

Show only devices with specified vendor and device ID. Both ID's are given in hexadecimal and may be omitted or given as "*", both meaning "any value".


Cyclone 10 default Vendor ID=0x1172 & Device ID=0x0000


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